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Tipo de material
Libro
Autor
Petro-Roy, Jen,
Publicación
New York : Feiwel and Friends, 2021.
Publicación
©2019

Más detalles

Edición
First edition.
Descripción
xlviii, 283 pages ; 22 cm
Audiencia
9-12.
Bibliografía
Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-283).
Contenido
MY JOURNEY. How it started -- The journey, the fight -- The path to the other side -- My limitations -- ABOUT EATING DISORDERS. What are eating disorders? What types of treatments are available? -- Individual talk therapy -- Psychiatrists -- Family therapy -- Medical care -- Dietitians -- Support groups -- Family-based treatment -- Outpatient care -- Partial hospitalization -- Inpatient care --Residential care -- How to find a therapist -- TOOLS AND INFORMATION FOR RECOVERY. Listening to your body -- Why is eating so hard? -- What is intuitive eating? -- Exercise: are you hungry? -- Nutrition: more than just food groups -- What is healthy eating? -- Chronic illness and eating disorders -- Who are nutritionists? -- Fat isn't bad -- You can retrain your body to eat regularly again -- Refeeding syndrome and dealing with discomfort -- Self-esteem, or "what's good about me?" -- How I struggled with self-esteem -- Why being thin couldn't be the good thing about me -- The scale doesn't dictate your self-worth -- Why finding joy is hard -- How I found a way to feel happier -- Finding contentment and joy -- What do you want to accomplish and learn? -- What is anxiety? -- Anxiety and learning to trust your body -- Fight, flight, or freeze, and why we feel anxiety -- The diversity of people's brains and eating disorders -- What makes you anxious? -- Tool kit of distress tolerance skills to help with anxiety -- Types of anxiety and techniques that can help -- Distract -- Make a list of pros and cons -- IMPROVE the moment: Imagery-Meaning-Prayer-Relaxation-One thing at a time-Vacation-Encouragement --- Wise mind ACCEPTS: Activity-Contributing-Comparison-Emotions-Pushing away-Thoughts-Sensations -- Self-soothe: taste, smell, sight, hearing, touch -- Make your own self-soothing tool kit -- Assertiveness, or "use your voice" -- Trying to feel confident -- You might dislike yourself now, but you are special and deserve a voice -- Learning to speak up to friends and family -- What are you afraid of? -- Cognitive reframing, or how to change your thoughts -- How cognitive behavioral therapy can help -- Cognitive reframing -- How thoughts, feelings, and emotions are connected -- Learning to accept others' opinions, even when they're negative -- Watching your thought cycle -- Changing negative thoughts -- Why relaxation is important -- Relaxation can be hard -- How I struggled with relaxation -- Learning to be still -- What are some ways you can relax? -- Yoga -- Sleep -- Mindfulness exercises -- Connect with your body -- A peaceful minute -- Object study -- Who's this "Ed" guy? (one way to thin about your eating disorder) -- It helps some people to think of their eating disorder as a person -- How to talk like Ed -- Finding your voice amid the clamor of Ed's -- What if the idea of Ed doesn't work for you? -- The things Ed says -- Admitting struggles and being vulnerable -- It's okay to realize that you need help -- My eating disorder happened gradually, and I didn't think I could ask for help -- You might feel scared and alone, but it's okay to reach out -- What if you don't know where to turn for help? -- The things you're afraid to say -- SOCIETY, ROLE MODELS, FAMILY, & MEDIA. BMI and why it's nonsense -- Why BMI exists -- "Obese" is a made-up label -- Some problems with BMI -- Beyond BMI -- Why you should ignore the media's "war on obesity" -- How is "obesity" used to scare us? -- Misinformation about weight leads to underdiagnosis -- Being underweight is dangerous, and having an eating disorder can be deadly -- There's nothing wrong with being fat -- What would you do if you could choose? -- Puberty and body diversity -- What is puberty? -- It may be natural, but it's still difficult -- When other people have feelings about your body -- Gender and puberty -- Who are you outside of your body? Do you think you should be like everyone else? -- When the focus on appearance begins -- How I felt about my appearance and fitting in -- It's okay to be different -- How size and appearance obsession can hurt us -- Find what you're good at and do what you like to do -- Remember, you don't have to be good at everything -- The things you like doing -- Impostor Syndrome and Perfectionism -- It's okay to feel bad and it's okay to be imperfect -- What is imposter syndrome? -- If you have imposter syndrome, you're not alone! -- For many, perfectionism can lead to eating disorders -- How you can recover while dealing with perfectionism -- Turning your weaknesses into strengths -- Learning how exercise can be harmful in a world where movement is a virtue -- Exercise can be bad for you -- Sports and possibly harmful messages about exercise -- Learn what's healthiest for you despite bad influences -- Why you exercise -- What do you really want out of life? -- What do you want to be when you grow up? -- Do other people want you to be something else? -- Sometimes you'll feel bad about yourself, and that's okay -- What to do if you wish you could swap lives -- Your perfect day -- Role models and media literacy -- Why do we look up to role models and celebrities? -- Admiration vs. envy -- Polished pictures make us buy things to feel better -- What is media literacy? -- Who do you admire? -- Where did this come from? Considering the role of family -- How do family and environment factor into eating disorders? -- When family makes your disordered eating worse -- How to talk to your family about their effect on your disordered eating -- Bonding, "fat talk," and when family members feel bad about their own appearance -- Expressing yourself with "I feel when" statements -- Family issues -- Encouraging friends -- Selfie culture, social media, and comparison -- The pressure to look perfect -- It's okay to be imperfect -- All the good things -- AS YOU RECOVER. Strengthening relationships -- When your eating disorder is more important than friends and family -- Disordered eating may make you feel better in the moment, but it hurts in the end -- Connecting to people you love will make you feel better -- You can't have your eating disorder forever -- Making new friends -- Earning back the trust of the people you've hurt -- Your favorite memories -- Strengthening relationships -- Clothes shopping and clothes sizes -- Clothing shopping: don't let a tag determine your worth -- Sizes aren't consistent -- Where did clothing sizes come from? -- Finding clothes that fit your body and your budget -- Clothes can hold you back -- Don't look at tags -- What to do with old clothes -- Body image and body changes -- The pressure to have the "right" body -- Dieting doesn't help -- Your body is supposed to change throughout your life -- It's okay to feel uncomfortable with your body -- It's never easy, but it gets better -- Body checking -- But will I relapse? -- Sometimes you'll struggle, and that's okay -- Preventing lapses from becoming relapses -- It's okay to "miss" disordered eating or exercise -- Scholarship funds for treatment -- Body-positive and inspirational fiction and nonfiction.
Sumario
This self-help guide for young readers delivers real talk about eating disorders and body image; tools and information for recovery; and suggestions for dealing with the media messages that contribute so much to disordered eating, written in a easy-to-understand, conversational way.
Materia
Eating disorders in adolescence -- Psychological aspects -- Juvenile literature.
Eating disorders in adolescence -- Treatment -- Juvenile literature.
Body image in adolescence -- Juvenile literature.
Eating disorders in adolescence -- Psychological aspects.
Eating disorders in adolescence -- Treatment.
Body image in adolescence.
MEDICAL -- Internal Medicine.
Body image in adolescence.
Eating disorders in adolescence -- Treatment.
Género/Forma
Self-help publications.
Informational works.
Young adult literature.
Juvenile works.
Informational works.
Self-help publications.
ISBN
9781250151018 (paperback)
1250151015 (paperback)
9781250151025 (hardcover)
1250151023 (hardcover)